Barrie Ingham





2/10/1934 , Halifax, Yorkshire, England, UK

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Barrie Ingham is one of the few actors credited with having speaking roles in both the "Star Trek" and "Doctor Who" series. Barrie was born on February 10, 1932, in Halifax, Yorkshire, England. The actor made his television debut in 1960 in the role of Bob Webster in the series "Inside Story." Barrie is most known for his roles in the 1965 film "Dr. Who and the Daleks," the 1967 film "A Challenge for Robin Hood," the 1973 film "The Day of the Jackal" and the 1986 animated film "The Great Mouse Detective." Over his career, he has had many appearances on television, including his role as David Fleet in "The Plane Makers," Sir Geoffrey in "The Liars," George Unwin in "The Avengers," Dr. John Thorndyke in "The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes" and Bobby Stobart in "Funny Man." His television movies include "The Jerk, Too" in 1984 in the role of Carl the Butler and "Secret Weapons" in 1985 as General Suslev.